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. and 1300 are secretly checking email on a vacation. that's happening now. america's most dependable 3g network. bringing you the first and only wireless 4g network. right now get a free 3g/4g device for your laptop. sprint. the now network. deaf, hard-of-hearing and people with speech disabilities access www.sprintrelay.com >>> happy friday, everybody. the boj upgrades its assessment of the economy. >> i'm becky meehan in europe. we have our first president in europe, but who is herman van rumpoy. >> and i'm matt nesto. the u.s. is standing behind tim geithner as treasury secretary as congressmen call for him to resign. >> let's take another economic on some of the action. the ftse cnbc global 300 index is still higher by 7 points. .17%. the europon bourses are still gaining a bit of ground. the ftse is now higher by .75%. almost .7% higher for the dak and the cac is not far behind. the smi is still moving higher, but just high of .5% higher. now, in the forex markets, it looks like this. we are watching dollar/yen at 88.85. the euro and sterling both losing a little bit of ground agai
to become a dominant force and the dependants on exports in america was going to decrease. >> you mentioned ex ports, though. we had some data. just remember what we had out from the business ifo index. 93.9, versus consensus of 92.5. they're talking about ex ports feeling very strong. christian blaabjerg has joined us with this, as well. the ifo says companies are more upbeat on the ex ports. just talk about the china story there, christian. how much do you take from what the ifo is saying? >> well, basically, i pretty much great with the speaker that china is going to drive the demand for western goods. we believe that capital flows and export flows are going to reverse. that will be a major theme for the coming years simply on the back of that the chinese will import more from us and export less and capital flows that investments going from china is going towards the european and u.s. countries regions and on the other hand, that is the main theme that we are playing at. >> christian, you know, every day, i read. yesterday was nab, citigroup talking up the economy here. and yet today, we
thanksgiving day parade end up. so macy's, the biggest department store chain in america, this is their flagship store. and we will see who comes in at 5:00 a.m. eastern time in new york and there will not be sobriety checks tt at the door. >> matt, you know what it's like to get up early. why would you get up to be there at 5:00, you would have to get up at 4:00. why would you do that? it's a question for the ages, roscoe. it used to be the low end retailers, but now it's becoming mainstream. if you're not in and up early, then you're out. i understand top shop downtown somewhere is offering a full english breakfast to those who come in. >> if i was going to shop, i would need a full glsh breakfast before i could even think about spending some money. so we'll see. we'll see who got up that early to go shopping. right. let's find out what's happening with the currency markets. big focus today, particularly on the yen. we've got 84.82 against the dollar. it's sort of los lost some ground on that particular cross rate. and the dollar strengthened, as well. we're not quite o
, the film made $140 million in north america alone. the best debut of the year and third best all time behind "the dark knight" and "spider-man 3." did shatter the record for the best opening day taking in $72 million in the u.s. and canada, best opening day on friday. how about that? >>> well, on a different note. in these times of economic strains, we have ten tips to bring down your personal debt. check out our website. cnbc.com for more. it's free. there's a tip right there. get free financial advice. save money. that's number 11. >>> coming up, gold at another record price north of $1,165 an ounce. we're going to analyze the consequences on the currency market. >> i've got a tip, don't spend money on gold. >>> just over 149 at the moment, 149.73, we'll get the latest on the currency markets after this very short break. >>> welcome back to the show. let's focus in on the currency markets. the dollar is currently trading 1.4969 on the euro/dollar. comments from dominic strauss saying it's too early for a general stimulus exit. the economy's improving, but highly vulnerable. given th
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, in america. we're fortunate that we have several giants. you know, like india, like china and singapore and hong kong. we are fortunate to be located where we are. but i think going through the recent times, i think as far as we're concerned, we're concerned that we need to be there providing liquidity. i think this year hong kong probably is amongst the top three in the world on ipo fund-raising. so i think we are reasonably happy. but never comfortable. >> you know, here at this event there are so many people you must know. great shots forever you to network, i assume? >> well, yes. it's a fantastic event. it's my first. but i can understand what leadership is all about. cnbc has to be one of the leaders in electronic media and, of course, business news. >> thank you so much for joining us. that was the chairman of hong kong exchanges and clearing and our very special guest of honor. i just found out that i'm going to be sitting at the table with jet li. do you have anything you want me to say to him? >> well, no. ask him, he was supposed to be mistaking a remake of the magnificent se
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